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1. you you headline did when the What think read ?


2. word 'neighbour' What springs to mind when you hear the ?


3. ? neighbour good a you Are so think you do Why ?


4. good are important How neighbours ?


5. your get neighbours on well Do with you ?


6. the you've a What's experience with worst had neighbour ?


7. What have you do neighbours of kind ?


8. do you would What neighbour a of afraid were you if ?


9. someone if do you do What door next in moves new ?


10. What what do you you read think about ?


11. Did like this you reading article ?


12. neighbours biggest complaint What about is your your ?


13. is neighbours the do best thing What your ?


14. do neighbours you your noisy do if are What ?


15. your interesting is most neighbour Who ?


16. a Why you to ? Have apologised neighbour ever ?


17. to Would annoyed she a you you / neighbour speak she if ?


18. to say you would What " ? silence in suffer " who people


19. be neighbour the to good What's way a best ?


20. researchers questions like the What you ask would to ?


 
 
 
 
 
 
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Neighbours - The 20 Questions


STUDENT A's QUESTIONS
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1)

What did you think when you read the headline?

2)

What springs to mind when you hear the word 'neighbour'?

3)

Are you a good neighbour? Why do you think so?

4)

How important are good neighbours?

5)

Do you get on well with your neighbours?

6)

What's the worst experience you've had with a neighbour?

7)

What kind of neighbours do you have?

8)

What would you do if you were afraid of a neighbour?

9)

What do you do if someone new moves in next door?

10)

What do you think about what you read?


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STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)
 

11)

Did you like reading this article? Why/not?

12)

What is your biggest complaint about your neighbours?

13)

What is the best thing your neighbours do?

14)

What do you do if your neighbours are noisy?

15)

Who is your most interesting neighbour?

16)

Have you ever apologised to a neighbour? Why?

17)

Would you speak to a neighbour if she/she annoyed you?

18)

What would you say to people who "suffer in silence"?

19)

What's the best way to be a good neighbour?

20)

What questions would you like to ask the researchers?



 

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